This repository includes a Continuous Integration system that will build automatically the Conan packages for the recipes submitted via Pull Request.
ConanCenter is added as a remote by default to Conan client, so starting to use recipes from this repository is as easy as running one simple command after installing Conan:
conan install name/[email protected] [-g <generator>]
Of course, we really encourage you to use a
to list all the requirements or your project and install them all together
(Conan will build a single graph and ensure congruency).
:warning: It is very important to notice that recipes will evolve over time and, while they are fixing some issues, they might introduce new features and improvements, and your project can break if you upgrade them (How to prevent these breaking changes in my project?).
All the documentation is available in this same repository in the
This is a list of shortcuts to some interesting topics:
You can open issues in the issue tracker to:
:bug: Report bugs/issues in a package:
[package]tag in the title of the issue to help identifying them.
zlib/1.2.11) and any relevant details about the fail configuration: Applied profile, building machine...
:bulb: Request a new library to be added:
[request]label to search the library in the issue tracker in case the it was already requested.
[request]tag in the title of the issue to help identifying them.
:robot: Report a failure in the CI system:
[service]tag in the title of a new issue to help identifying them.
If your issue is not appropriate for a public discussion, please contact us via e-mail at
[email protected]. Thanks!
All the Conan recipes in this repository are distributed under the MIT license. There are other files, like patches or examples used to test the packages, that could use different licenses, for those files specific license and credit must be checked in the file itself.